Asian markets traded mostly lower on Friday, despite Wall Street's positive finish overnight, as record low oil prices weighed resources plays.
Asian stocks lost much of their gains from the morning session to close mixed on Monday, as investors eye a host of economic data due this week.
Asian markets closed mostly in positive territory as investors shrugged off a lower finish on Wall Street and a miss on China PMI.
Asian equities closed mostly in the red on Monday as investors remained cautious following a mixed performance from Wall Street.
Asian stocks closed sharply in the red, led by a heavy afternoon sell off in the Chinese market as the regulatory body went after brokerages.
While fresh geopolitical fears after Turkey shot down a Russian warplane sent most Asian equities lower, oil prices and some energy plays saw gains.
Asian equity markets finished mixed on Tuesday afternoon, following a lower finish from Wall Street overnight.
Asian equities bucked the trend on Wall Street overnight and finished strongly on Friday, even as a Fed rate hike lingered on investors' minds.
Asian shares rebounded from the prior day's sell-off, as investors take heart from the rally on Wall Street.
Asian stocks endured a sell-off on Monday, with sentiment badly dented by Friday's brutal terrorist attacks in Paris.
Asian stocks mostly edged up on Wednesday following fresh economic data from China that largely met expectations.
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Asian shares traded mixed on Friday, as investors awaited the release of U.S. jobs data that could provide hints to when the Fed will raise interest rates.
Asian markets traded mixed Wednesday, with losses in energy plays counterbalanced by gains in Japan shares on stimulus hopes.
Asian stocks turned mixed on Tuesday as mainland markets reversed their losses but lower oil prices still weighed on regional resource firms.
Asian stocks put up a mixed performance on Thursday, as investors kept a wary eye on China which recovered from the prior day's sudden sell-off.
Asia diverged on Wednesday, with China stocks posting its worst one-day performance in five weeks. By contrast, Japan's Nikkei 225 jumped on the back of easing hopes.
Asian stocks cruised higher on Friday, lifted by a positive U.S. lead and as investors bet on the possibility of further stimulus from Japan and China.
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Asian shares outside Japan advanced on Friday after the Fed decided to hold off on its first rate hike in nearly a decade.